Church of St Andrew, Castle Combe, England التي كتبها Billy Wilson Photography
"The Church of England parish church of St Andrew is a Grade I listed building. Part of the chancel is 13th-century while most of the rest of the building is from the 15th, reflecting the prosperity of the local wool and cloth industry. The tower was begun in 1434 and completed in 1576. In 1850–51 nearly all of the building, except the tower, was taken down and reconstructed to almost the same plan. Inside the church is a chancel arch with fine carving, and a 14th-century stone font. The Lady Chapel has an effigy of Sir Walter de Dunstanville (d. 1270) and later monuments to the Scrope family. The faceless church clock, probably late 15th-century, is among the oldest working clocks in the country." - from Wikipedia.
Summer 2019 I did a solo cycling tour across Europe through 12 countries over the course of 3 months. I began my adventure in Edinburgh, Scotland and finished in Florence, Italy cycling 8,816 km. During my trip I took 47,000 photos.
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St Andrew's Church, Castle Combe هي منطقة جذب سياحي، واحدة من كنائس في Castle Combe ، المملكة المتحدة . وهو موجود: 337 كم بيرمينغهام من, 438 كم لندن من, 660 كم ليفربول من. إقرأ المزيد